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This unusual cottage at Berrington Hall has views across the Capability Brown gardens and its parkland. It is situated in one half of the entrance archway, which was designed by Henry Holland, who also designed the main house. The Triumphal Arch was formerly the coachman's home, more recently it was used as a shooting lodge. The cottage has its own private garden and as guests you have access to the gardens and parkland when the house is closed to the public.
Heating: Oil central heating included.
Parking: A parking space is reserved for guests in the main property car park.
Garden: Private garden.
Offers: Holiday cottage guests have free access to Berrington Hall during opening hours, access to the gardens and parkland is allowed at all times.
Guests will benefit from a late Sunday checkout of 12pm.
Children: The staircase is open and steep with no stair gate so small children are not to be left unattended.
During the winter the approach to the cottage can become muddy due to the working farm near to the cottage.
Scratch the surface of these special places in Britain and it's hard not to be smitten. They offer panoramic landscapes, bustling market towns and glimpses into a fascinating industrial past. Plus, you're only a short distance away from one of Britain's loveliest National Parks, the Peak District, with its 555 square miles of green spaces, with canals, caves and forests to discover.